Case Reports in Knee Cartilage Surgery Journal publishes journal of Knee Cartilage Surgery case reports, surgery in Knee Cartilage journal, video journal in Knee Cartilage Surgery, image journal of Knee Cartilage Surgery, imaging in Knee Cartilage Surgery journal etc. Knee Cartilage Surgery is the surgery to reshape knee cartilage is knee chondroplasty—“Chondro” refers to cartilage and “plasty” means to form or mold. Chondroplasty may be performed on a knee's articular cartilage, meniscus, or both. Knee chondroplasty is often done in conjunction with debridement.
“A few days after surgery, I meet with my patients to evaluate the healing process and begin postoperative treatment,” says Dr. Skendzel. “Patients should be prepared to be on crutches for six weeks. To encourage cartilage healing, patients will also use a continuous passive motion (CPM) machine. Cartilage isn’t fed by nutrients from blood vessels, but by nutrients from the synovial fluid in the joint. We know from the scientific literature that in order for the fluid to deliver proper nourishment to the cartilage, the knee has to be moving. The CPM machine straightens and bends the knee without pressure or stress on the joint. This continual motion supports good nourishment to the cartilage cells.”
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